2019 Honda Insight vs 2018 Toyota Prius
At this point, it’s official. Hybrid cars are here to stay, and despite some of the hesitancy some drivers may have had to adopt them early on, their success cannot be denied. Now, you have many hybrid options available to you. While that is a good thing, it does mean you need to take a little more time comparing those options. We’re here to help with that by matching up the 2019 Honda Insight vs the 2018 Toyota Prius.
Of course, one of the most important aspects of a hybrid vehicle is its efficiency, and you won’t find a significant difference between these two models, with the 2019 Honda Insight LX delivering 55 city mpg, 49 highway mpg and 52 combined mpg (both models share the same combined mpg figures).* But, differences can be found elsewhere, including the fact that the Insight does deliver superior horsepower in the chart below.
2019 Honda Insight LX
2018 Toyota Prius One
|Starting at $22,830*||MSRP||Starting at $24,395|
|55 city/49 hwy/52 combined**||MPG||54 city/50 hwy/52 combined|
|107 hp||Horsepower||95 hp|
|98 cubic feet||Passenger Volume||93 cubic feet|
Differences Between the 2019 Insight and 2018 Prius
There is also a striking difference in price. In addition to being more spacious than the Prius, the 2019 Insight also fills that space with some standard features that do not come standard on the 2018 Prius. Such amenities include a power remote trunk release, fully automatic exterior lights, speed-sensitive steering and a remote starting system.
The differences between the 2019 Honda Insight vs the 2019 Toyota Prius don’t end there, but to learn more, the best thing you can do is contact us to take a test drive. As you can already see, the Insight has the edge in some key areas, so take it for a spin and see if it is the right model to become your next new car.
*MSRP excluding tax, license, registration, $895.00 destination charge and options. Dealers set own prices.
**Based on 2018 EPA mileage ratings. Use for comparison purposes only. Your mileage will vary depending on driving conditions, how you drive and maintain your vehicle, battery-package/condition, and other factors.